Can't sleep. But I'm not even tired. Do you think that if you frequently only allow yourself 6-7 hours of sleep, you just get used to that, and that becomes all you need? Seems weird to me, since I used to want 9 hours....
I need new running shoes, but I don't even know where to begin. As a non-runner, how on EARTH do I tell if I like the fit of a certain shoe, unless I go jogging around the store 3 times?! It's frustrating to be so completely in the dark over such a (somewhat) big purchase. Should I just pick some pretty shoes and let it go?? Any advice here would be VERY much appreciated. Especially if you narrow your focus to what's available at Kohl's. :)
My birthday was yesterday, and it was fabulous. I convinced Brit to not skip school, and I WAS going to go to the gym, but then the maintenance guy came over to fix our light, and I felt weird just leaving after that. Brit brought home some cheeseburgers from Arctic Circle, we saw Up in 3D (very cute), I finished my book, and we went to Carraba's for dinner. (SO DELICIOUS ZOMG. I will never stray from their marsala dishes again. The last 2 times we've gone, I branched out and tried something new, and was sorely disappointed. Last night was AMAZING, though- mozarella sticks, grilled sirloin marsala with garlic mashed potatoes, and sonya(sp?) smothered in caramel.) And, of course, Isabelle called and left me the cutest voicemail ever that I will save for all eternity, and then called me back so I could talk to her for a minute. I don't think we need to debate that she is the cutest little girl on earth, the polls are now closed. We were going to hang out with some friends we haven't seen in forever and watch a movie that night, but I'm slowly getting more and more convinced that they just plain don't like us anymore, considering they never return ANY of our requests to get together. When do you stop pushing the friendship and just give up? I really miss them. :(
All in all, though, it was a fabulous birthday. And I'm very much looking forward to finishing off those leftovers today.